Adele Winchester

After the biblical apocalypse ended and Sam is trapped in Lucifer's cage, Dean suggests to his younger half-sister, Adeline, to try a normal life and ships her off to Mystic Falls to live with Alaric Saltzman. But since when can a Winchester have a normal life?

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4. Chapter Three

A few days later, I am at Mystic Grill, and I see Damon Salvatore. He has his eyes on Jeremy and his friend Anna.

"Do you know her?" I question, sliding into the seat next to him.

"I thought you wanted to steer clear," Damon says.

"I did, but that's impossible. So do you know her?"

"Yeah," Damon answers. "We go way back."

"How far back?"

"1864," he says, turning to look at me. "Whoa. What happened?"

"Got into a fight on my way home a few days ago. It's no big deal," I tell him. "What are you up to?"

"What do you mean?"

"You're up to something. I can tell. What is it?"

Damon answers, "I'm trying to free a girl from a tomb with the help of my brother and his girlfriend."

"Why is she in a tomb?" I question.

"145 years ago the founders of this town tried to burn her and 26 other vampires alive. I asked someone to protect her and she did."

"I'm surprised you're actually answering all of my questions." I tell him, shocked.

"So am I," Damon mutters.

"Then why are you?"

He answers, "No idea."

"Well this conversation has been fascinating, but I need to make a call so bye."

I get off of the chair and start walking away from Damon. I leave Mystic Grill and start walking to Alaric's apartment. Then I pull out my phone and dial Dean.

"Hey, Dean," I greet.

"Ade, how are you holding up?" he asks.

"Decent all things considered. How's Lisa and Ben?" I font even ask how he is because I know the answer.

"They're good." 
I hear Dean take a swig of his beer. "Still drinking then?" I ask.

"Do you blame me?" he questions.

I sigh sadly. "No. Try to pull yourself together, Dean. I know it's hard and practically impossible. I know. But try for Sammy's sake."

"He's in hell, Ade. And not even regular hell. Lucifer's cage," Dean says, and I hear him take another swig of the beer.

A tear falls down my face. "I know," I choke out. "I know, Dean. And if I had a chance to do anything, and I mean anything to save him, I would."

"Don't," Dean tells me. "I don't want you to risk everything to save him. I don't want you to be shoved in the pit, Ade."

"I could say the same to you," I tell him.

"Promise me."

"I gotta go, Dean," I tell him.

"Promise," Dean says commandingly.

I sigh sadly. "I promise I won't sell my soul."

"Good," Dean says, taking another swing of his beer.

"I gotta go," I tell him sadly as I approach Alaric's apartment.

"Bye, sis," he says.

I smile sadly, "Bye."

I hang up the phone and go to my room. I pull out a beer from my bag that I brought. I pop it open and drink the whole bottle slowly.

The next day, I wander the town and go to Mystic Grill. I go up to Tyler who is practicing pool. "Hey, want a rematch?" I question.

"No way," Tyler replies immediately.

"Scared I'm going to beat you?" I ask. He gives me a look. "Fine. How about no money. Just two high school kids playing pool."

"I don't know..." Tyler says unsure.

"Oh, come on," I plead. "Just one game." I give him an adorable pleading puppy dog look and hold out one finger.

"Okay, fine," he gives in. "One game."

I smirk at my success and grab a pool stick.

"Ten kegs? You know how much damage we could do with ten kegs? Duke's got it all hooked up," Tyler tells Matt, who is washing a table, talking about a party.

"Duke's a douche," Matt says.

"Yeah, a douche with ten kegs. Aka, my new best friend." Jeremy scoffs from a table near us. Tyler asks, "What's the problem, Gilbert?"

"Don't have one, Lockwood," Jeremy answers.

"Yeah, I didn't think so."

Matt questions, "Do you ever get bored of it?"

"Of what?"

"Yourself."

I laugh quietly and so does Jeremy.

"Keep laughing, buddy. You too, Winchester."

"Oh, I will," I smirk as I shoot the eight ball into a hole. "I win." Tyler blinks in surprise, having not even realized how close I was to winning. "Bye, Lockwood." I walk away from him and take a seat next to Jeremy.

"Hey, Adele," he greets.

Caroline enters the Grill and walks over to us. "Hey, Jeremy, Adele. Where is Elena? I've been texting her and Bonnie all day about Duke's party."

"Uh, she went somewhere with Stefan," Jeremy answers.

Caroline sighs. "I am so not going to be one of those girls who disappears just because she has a new boyfriend."

"Me neither," I say. "Who is Duke?"

"Some guy that graduated a couple of years ago. And he throws a party every time he comes home from Duke."

Jeremy asks, "Wait, Duke goes to Duke?"

"His real name's Bob or something. He's a total ass, but he buys the beer. You know, you should come. Both of you"

"Uh, yeah, I - I don't think so."

"No, seriously. Everyone goes. Even quiet loner little brothers. Think about it. Are you going to go, Adele?"

"Yeah," I reply. "I think I might."

"Great, well I'll see you there." She leaves and walks over to Matt.

"So you're going to go to the party?" Jeremy asks.

"Yeah. It'll be a normal high school thing. I need to get into doing things like that."

"Have you ever been to a high school party?" Jeremy asks me.

"Honestly? No," I answer.

"Wow."

"Yeah... I'm not exactly a normal partying high school student."

Jeremy says, "Me neither. Not anymore."

"Well I gotta go. See you around," I smile at him. Then I walk over to Tyler. "Hey. When's the party?"

He tells me the time and place, and I walk out of Mystic Grill. I go back to the apartment and get ready for the party. I take a shower, and then I pull on jeans and an outfit which consists of like four layers, but that is Winchester style. I grab my bag and shove my angel blade in it. I also put a container of salt and a few things to cover it up. I slip my gun under all the layers of clothes. You can never be too precautious.

Then I walk out of Alaric's apartment and make my way to the party near the cemetery. I grab a beer and see Tyler walking towards Jeremy. Oh, God. I jog over to Jeremy just in time for Tyler to reach him.

"Hey man, uh, you got any weed?" Tyler asks him.

Jeremy looks at him incredulously, "Wait, you're kidding me, right? You act like a total dick every time we cross paths, and now you wanna party with me?"

"Lighten up, Gilbert. I'm just asking you a question."

Jeremy says, "Look, I don't get you man."

"It's a party. You're a partier. There's no need to psychoanalyze it," Tyler tells him.

"I don't party anymore and even if I did, it wouldn't be with you."

Tyler starts to walk away. "No problem. Carry on just standing there. By yourself. All alone. The enemy of fun. Do you even have any friends?"

"Yeah, he does," I snap, and Tyler turns away. Jeremy turns around and his friend, Anna the vampire, appears.

Jeremy chuckles. "Thank God."

"Weird hello, but okay. What's the matter?" she asks him.

"It's nothing. Thanks," he says looking at me.

"No problem," I smile.

Anna suggests, "Come on. Let's take a walk."

Jeremy looks at me, and I can tell what he's thinking. "Don't worry about me. I'll just take a walk and drink." To prove my point, I take a sip of my beer.

"If you're sure..." Jeremy trails off.

I smile at him. "I'm sure."

"Okay."

Jeremy and Anna walk off with smiles on their faces and their arms around each other. I take a swing of my beer and follow them at a distance. I've got to make sure she doesn't do anything to Jeremy. Nothing happens for a while, but then someone comes from behind Jeremy and hits him on the head. He falls to the ground unconscious. Immediately, I put down my beer and get ready for action. Anna goes off someplace and the other guy picks up Jeremy and carries him in the same direction.

I stop in my tracks as I hear a conversation.

"Dark down there?" the vampire asks Stefan who was kneeling down and grabbing the can of gasoline. Stefan straightens up, looking at Ben. Jeremy lies at Ben's feet.

"I thought I told you to leave," Stefan says.

"I considered it. Then I thought, screw you."

Anna says, "Hey, hero. I'm going down there to get my mother."

"I can't let you do that," Stefan tells her.

"Well, Ben's about to make a main course out of Elena's little brother. So, you can stop me or him. Your choice." Anna vamp speeds into an underground place.

"Do you really think that she cares about you?" Stefan asks the vampire. "Ham? You're disposable."

"I don't care. She already gave me what I want."

"Are you going to say 'eternal life'?" questions Stefan. "Are you really that stupid?"

The vampire moves closer towards Stefan. "You know, I've heard about you. You don't feed. You're not strong enough to beat me." Ben rushes at Stefan. I pull the angel blade out of my bag and prepare myself for an attack. Stefan thrusts his arm, easily knocking Ben to the ground. Stefan picks up the hose connected to the gasoline can. Ben gets up and looks at Stefan. "Is that all you got?"

"No," I say from behind Ben, and I swing the angel blade with a good bit of pressure, and the vampire's head falls off his body.

"You're good," Stefan compliments.

I smile. "Thanks. What's going on?"

"Come on and find out." Stefan runs at human speed over to the underground entrance, and I follow him.

"Where's Elena?" Stefan asks.

Bonnie replies, "Damon took her inside."

"What?!" Stefan runs towards the entrance of the tomb. The woman, who I presume is Bonnie's grandmother, grabs his arm.

"Stefan!" Bonnie's mother says. "If you go in there, you won't come out."

"What did you do?"

"Opening the door didn't remove the seal, it just opened the door," Bonnie's grandmother says.

I ask, "What's the seal?"

"Some seals keep vampires from entering. This one keeps them from coming out."

Stefan realizes, "Elena's human. She can leave. Anna and Katherine can't. Damon can't. You were never planning on breaking the spell, were you?"

"I told you. I will protect my own. Elena can get out. That's all that matters."

"What are you doing here, Adele?" Bonnie asks me curiously.

I reply, "I'm a hunter. I've known about all this crap," I gesture around me, "since I could talk."

"That sucks. Nobody tried to keep you out of it?"

I sigh. "My father did the opposite. He made sure I was in on it."

"Wow," Bonnie says shocked.

"Yup. Welcome to my life."

Suddenly there's a scream coming from inside the tomb. I can only guess it's Elena. Stefan dashes into the tomb, and Bonnie chases after him. "Stefan!" Bonnie exclaims, and her grandmother blocks her from entering the tomb. "You can't just leave him in there, Grams!"

I rush past Bonnie and into the tomb with the bloody angel blade in hand. "No!" I hear as I get closer.

Stefan grabs Elena and pulls her up, pushing her towards the exit.

"Go. Go. I'm right behind you," Stefan says to her.

"Lets go, Elena," I say and trail right behind her as we make our way out of the tomb.

"Elena, Stefan..." Bonnie trails off.

"He's right behind me." Elena turns around, and I see Stefan standing in the doorway. Elena walks up to him, worried. "Stefan, what are you doing?"

"It's gonna be okay. We'll fix it," Bonnie says as her and her Grams flip through a spell book. Witches. You know what, I'll deal with that later.

"What is it?" questions Elena.

"I can't," Stefan tells her.

"Can't? Can't what?" Elena asks panicked.

I sigh. "There is a spell on the tomb door. Vampires can't get out. Aka you're boyfriend's stuck."

Elena's eyes widen and she looks at him. "You went in there not knowing if you were coming out?" At Stefan's face she gasps. "Oh, my god."

"I heard you scream."

"We gotta find a way to get you out of there. Both of you. We promised him."

"I know," Stefan tells her.

"That's what they're working on," I point my thumb at the witches. "So where are your hex bags?" I ask the witches.

Bonnie looks confused. "Hex bags?"

"She's talking about the other kind of witches. The ones who draw their power from demons," her Grams informs her.

I raise an eyebrow in confusion. "And what do you draw your power from?"

"Nature." She answers. "The spell isn't going to last for long. I don't know how long we can keep it up."

Stefan takes the hint and goes further into the tomb to get his brother. I go immediately after him.

"What?" Stefan asks Damon.

Damon pulls out the blood bag. "She's not here!" Damon throws the blood bag at the wall. The blood splatters across it. Damon looks at us with anguish.

"Damon," I tell him, "I'm sorry Katherine not in here, but there's a spell on this tomb trapping you in it. Bonnie and her grandmother are trying to remove it, but they won't be able to hold it up for long. You need to get out while you still can. If you don't, I might use this blade to decapitate you." I wave my angel blade with a playful look on my face.

Damon looks at me distraught, thinking of Katherine.

"Come on, Damon. Please," I say. He nods, and all three of us make our way out of the tomb.

Elena immediately hugs Stefan and the spell drops. Stefan, Elena and I exit the tomb and run over to Jeremy, who is waking up.

"He's okay," Stefan says. Elena and Stefan kneel down next to Jeremy, who groans. "He's all right."

Damon exits the tomb, looking completely miserable. Elena gets up and walks towards him. She wraps his arms around him and places her head on his shoulder. "I'm sorry," she says to him.

Then she moves away, and I wrap my arms around his neck in a hug. "I'm sorry. I know what pain feels like," I tell him in his ear.

"Why are you being so nice to me now?" he asks, pulling away.

"Maybe I'm a sucker for dark hair and blue eyes," I smirk. Damon's lips twitch upwards. "Do you need anything?"

Damon shakes his head. "Nah. I'm good."

I nod slightly. "If you do need anything..."

"I'll let you know," he tells me.

"Good night, Damon."

"Good night, Adele," Damon smiles sadly.

I walk away into the night and find my way back to Alaric's apartment, and I lay down on my bed and go to sleep.

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